It started by his acting as "security" for a friend who was working a bachelorette party as a stripper.
"I was a security guard. I put a full suit on, tie … I was like ‘back up, you’re too close get your hands off of him.’ I was just pretending like that," Gronk said.
Then things got out of hand/clothes.
“And then every lady there was giving me shots. They were making me drink their beers. So I was participating. I was getting wasted on the side. My friend, he didn’t drink in college so he was always the driver too, so it worked out perfect. And then there were like 35 women around in a circle. Next thing you know I’m feeling good and they were cheering for me. Cheering for me. And I’m like ‘I’m good.’ Next thing you know they kept cheering so I kept feeling it more. Next thing you know I’m taking off my tie. Unbuttoning my shirt. Taking my pants off, I’m in my boxers only. And I kept giving out lap dances to these ladies.”
He made a cool, hard $25. Not much, but every bit helps in college.
On Thursday, Gronk paid a visit to Fox Sports' Jason Whitlock's House Party By the Bay. After re-telling his stripper story, anchor Julie Stewart-Binks let it be known that she wanted an up-close experience with Gronk.
“Wanna maybe show us a little Magic Mike?”
Yes. Yes he does.
here is gronk's very intense lap dance pic.twitter.com/snwsjFgOGd
— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) February 4, 2016
She should just be thankful he didn't eat Buffalo wings immediately beforehand.